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  1. Hello- I am having trouble following this pattern. I am intermediate level, I have made other advanced pieces, but I am stumped on this part of the pattern. Is there any way to explain this a different way or anyone who knows what this stitch is called? Rnd 10 is where this trim starts: Ch1, sc in same st, ch3 sk 2 st, sc in 3rd st, TURN, 3 sc in ch 3 sp.,sl st in beg sc. TURN (pushing “cable” to back), sc in next 2 sc, ch 3, sk worked sc and unworked sc, sc in next sc, TURN , 3 sc in ch3 sp, sl st in next sc, TURN, sc in both worked and unworked sts, rep from and around to last st, ch 3, skip over beg sc, sc in base of the first sc of 2 center sc under the cable, TURN, 3 sc in ch 3 sp, sl st in sc, TURN, sc in worked sc, sl st in top of first sc (cables). I soon became lost after pushing the cable to back. They call it a cable but when I search for cable stitches it does not look the same, and it is not the puff stitch. Picture attached. There must be a tutorial of this stitch somewhere? Thank you in advance!! Sue
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